Special Issue: Transing and Queering Feminist Studies and Practices of Religion

  1. Editors' Introduction
  2. Elizabeth Pritchard, Kate M. Ott
  3. pp. 1-4
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  1. Letter to the Editors
  2. Asma Barlas
  3. p. 5
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Review Essay

  1. Multiplicity and Contradiction: A Literature Review of Trans* Studies in Religion
  2. Siobhan M. Kelly
  3. pp. 7-23
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Across Generations

  1. Becoming Grateful Allies: An Interview with Dr. Virginia Ramey Mollenkott
  2. David E. Weekley
  3. pp. 25-36
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Roundtable: Toward a Transfeminist Religious Studies

  1. Transing Religious Studies
  2. Max Strassfeld
  3. pp. 37-53
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  1. In the Image of God, God Created Them: Toward Trans Theology
  2. Joy Ladin
  3. pp. 53-58
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  1. Transing the Study of Religion: A (Christian) Theological Response
  2. Ellen T. Armour
  3. pp. 58-63
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  1. Transing Religious Studies: Beyond the Secular/Religious Binary
  2. Evren Savcı
  3. pp. 63-68
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  1. "Scotch-Taped Together": Anti-"Androgyny" Rhetoric, Transmisogyny, and the Transing of Religious Studies
  2. Cameron Partridge
  3. pp. 68-75
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  1. Transing and Gendering Religious Studies
  2. Judith Plaskow
  3. pp. 75-80
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  1. Transing Back the Texts, Queering Jewish Prayer
  2. Zohar Weiman-Kelman
  3. pp. 80-84
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  1. Religion is Already Transed; Religious Studies is Not (Yet) Listening
  2. Melissa M. Wilcox
  3. pp. 84-88
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  1. Transing Religion: Moving Beyond the Logic of the (Hetero)Norm of Binaries
  2. Robyn Henderson-Espinoza
  3. pp. 88-92
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In a Different Voice

  1. Excerpt from "The Gospel According to Jesus Queen of Heaven"
  2. Jo Clifford
  3. pp. 97-99
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Special Section: “Queering the Curriculum”: Pedagogical Explorations of Gender and Sexuality in Religion and Theological Studies

  1. Introduction
  2. Sarojini Nadar, Adriaan van Klinken
  3. pp. 101-109
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  1. Queering the Sociology Curriculum: The Case of Belief, Spirituality, and Religion
  2. Andrew Kam-Tuck Yip
  3. pp. 111-116
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  1. Interdisciplinarity and Theology: Accidentally Queering the Curriculum in a Master's Seminar
  2. Rachel Muers
  3. pp. 117-123
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  1. Queering the "Church and AIDS" Curriculum: Tracing an Improper (and Indecent) Trajectory
  2. Gerald O. West
  3. pp. 125-130
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  1. Effective Pedagogy of Diversity and Inclusivity at Sheffield
  2. Minna Shkul
  3. pp. 131-136
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  1. Precarious Curriculum and Precarious Contexts: Teaching Turbulent Topics in Turbulent Times
  2. Farah Zeb
  3. pp. 137-142
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  1. Bringing Queer into Muslim Spaces: Community-Based Pedagogy in Cape Town
  2. Afshan Kamrudin
  3. pp. 143-148
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  1. Sitting in Difference: Queering the Study of Islam
  2. Fatima Seedat
  3. pp. 149-154
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  1. "Reparative Reading" as Queer Pedagogy
  2. Sîan Melvill Hawthorne
  3. pp. 155-160
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  1. Diversifying the Higher-Education Curriculum: Queering the Design and Pedagogy
  2. Sarasvathie Reddy
  3. pp. 161-169
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